20 December 2016

20 December 2017

Galleries West Digital 

Vol 1 No 3  ISSN 2561-3316

Editor: Portia Priegert

Contributors:  Beverly Cramp, Agnieszka Matejko, Sarah Swan

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The Vancouver Art Gallery gives the wider public a chance to see work by artists sometimes little known outside of small artist-run spaces. Read more


Nancy Wilson Ross, an expert on Eastern religions, once said: “Nothing can be asserted about Hinduism that cannot also be denied.” This same statement aptly summarizes David Altmejd’s intricate oeuvre. Read more


Suzie Smith’s art makes me feel awash in paradox. According to my husband, when I look at her work I get a strange, loopy grin. Read more


As the shortest day of the year arrives, visitors to the Glenbow Museum in Calgary can contemplate the longest via a fascinating project by M.N. Hutchinson. Read more


Ontario artist John Kissick's exhibition, "The Boom Bits," on view at the Esplanade Arts and Heritage Centre in Medicine Hat, Alta. until Dec. 27, features the complex patterned abstracts that have garnered much critical praise. Read more


The MacKenzie Art Gallery in Regina marks the 125th anniversary of Ukrainian immigration to Canada with a show, "Found in Translation," by the late Dmytro Stryjek, a Saskatchewan artist who began painting in earnest only after he retired. Read more